• Definition for "start out"
    • to start an individual's life, or career.
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  • Quotes for "start out"
  • Hyponym for "start out"

start out in a quote

"When I walked to school in the mornings I would start out alone but would pick up four other boys along the way. We would set out together after school across the village green."

"Technology determines the possibilities of society. It doesn't matter whether you start out from a fascist state or a communist state or a free-market state."

"For any of us in this room today, let's start out by admitting we're lucky. We don't live in the world our mothers lived in, our grandmothers lived in, where career choices for women were so limited."

"Most of us start out with a positive attitude and a plan to do our best."

"I like to start out each day from the beginning. I'm always learning things."

"Most of us start out with a positive attitude and a plan to do our best."

"Things start out as hopes and end up as habits."

"I've got some great guy friends. They can start out as crushes. But when you realize something isn't going to happen, you make a choice whether or not the friendship is worth it. And it usually is. Then you can laugh about the fact that you used to have a crush on him or he had one on you."

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